Good Clinical Practice Guidelines by WHO

Good Clinical Research Practice (GCP) is an established international ethical and scientific quality standard process for the design, conduct, performance, auditing, monitoring, recording, analysis, and reporting of clinical studies. GCP ensures that the reported data and results are credible and accurate, and the rights integrity and confidentiality of study subjects are respected and protected. All…

Moving to Virtual Clinical Trials

In the clinical trials industry, 80% of trials do not meet enrolment timelines, leading to a loss of $8 million per day. Delayed enrolment not only impacts trial timelines, but more trials are being cancelled because of it, preventing investigators from determining the safety and efficacy of what could be promising new therapies for patients…